Psychological Therapies “Questions for Challenging Thoughts” (the PDF attachment found under “Interactive

Psychological Therapies

“Questions for Challenging Thoughts” (the PDF attachment found under “Interactive Class Activity 13” is useful with maladaptive thoughts (it can be especially helpful with depression). This is because the thoughts we tell ourselves, we can believe as true. When we acknowledge the mental filters we have, we may be able to view the situation with less intensity as where it started.

Think of an unwanted or unhelpful thought that you have. Then, read over and apply these 13 questions to that thought. Once you have completed all 13 questions, write a brief (1 to 5 sentences is fine) response regarding if you found any of these questions useful. Additionally, if you created any of your own useful questions, you may include them as well.[supanova_question]

American Psychological Association. (2012, April 3). Ethnic and racial disparities in education.

American Psychological Association. (2012, April 3). Ethnic and racial disparities in education. American Psychological Association. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.apa.org/ed/resources/racial-disparities.

This is a source that I will use. After completing the CRAAP on it, I saw that it meets the criteria for an excellent source. It was published in 2012 by the American Psychological Association. It relates to my topic and comes from a .org site.

Shores, K., Kim, H. E., & Still, M. (2020, February 21). Categorical inequalities between black and white students are common in US schools-but they don’t have to be. Brookings. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.brookings.edu/blog/brown-center-chalkboard/2020/02/21/categorical-inequalities-between-black-and-white-students-are-common-in-us-schools-but-they-dont-have-to-be/.

I was amazed by this source and will be using it. It meets all the CRAAP criteria’s and is a great read. All the information in it is relevant to my topic and grasp the readers attention.

Jenco, M. (2021, June 29). Study finds racial disparities in access to in-person education. American Academy of Pediatrics. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://publications.aap.org/aapnews/news/16417?autologincheck=redirected.

This article is very new but still has a lot of great information as to what is actually going on in our world today. I feel that having a very current source brings life and reality to any paper.

Bencks, J. (2020, December 7). Examining racial inequality in public schools during a pandemic. BrandeisNOW. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.brandeis.edu/now/2020/december/bps-research-wallace.html.

This article will be used as well. It has a concreate background and states facts that have a purpose.

Meatto, K. (2019, May 2). Still separate, still unequal: Teaching about school segregation and educational inequality. The New York Times. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/02/learning/lesson-plans/still-separate-still-unequal-teaching-about-school-segregation-and-educational-inequality.html.

This article has some great information but because it is more so opinion based and not fact based it will not be a strong source.[supanova_question]

American Psychological Association. (2012, April 3). Ethnic and racial disparities in education.

American Psychological Association. (2012, April 3). Ethnic and racial disparities in education. American Psychological Association. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.apa.org/ed/resources/racial-disparities.

This is a source that I will use. After completing the CRAAP on it, I saw that it meets the criteria for an excellent source. It was published in 2012 by the American Psychological Association. It relates to my topic and comes from a .org site.

Shores, K., Kim, H. E., & Still, M. (2020, February 21). Categorical inequalities between black and white students are common in US schools-but they don’t have to be. Brookings. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.brookings.edu/blog/brown-center-chalkboard/2020/02/21/categorical-inequalities-between-black-and-white-students-are-common-in-us-schools-but-they-dont-have-to-be/.

I was amazed by this source and will be using it. It meets all the CRAAP criteria’s and is a great read. All the information in it is relevant to my topic and grasp the readers attention.

Jenco, M. (2021, June 29). Study finds racial disparities in access to in-person education. American Academy of Pediatrics. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://publications.aap.org/aapnews/news/16417?autologincheck=redirected.

This article is very new but still has a lot of great information as to what is actually going on in our world today. I feel that having a very current source brings life and reality to any paper.

Bencks, J. (2020, December 7). Examining racial inequality in public schools during a pandemic. BrandeisNOW. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.brandeis.edu/now/2020/december/bps-research-wallace.html.

This article will be used as well. It has a concreate background and states facts that have a purpose.

Meatto, K. (2019, May 2). Still separate, still unequal: Teaching about school segregation and educational inequality. The New York Times. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/02/learning/lesson-plans/still-separate-still-unequal-teaching-about-school-segregation-and-educational-inequality.html.

This article has some great information but because it is more so opinion based and not fact based it will not be a strong source.[supanova_question]

American Psychological Association. (2012, April 3). Ethnic and racial disparities in education.

Writing Assignment Help American Psychological Association. (2012, April 3). Ethnic and racial disparities in education. American Psychological Association. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.apa.org/ed/resources/racial-disparities.

This is a source that I will use. After completing the CRAAP on it, I saw that it meets the criteria for an excellent source. It was published in 2012 by the American Psychological Association. It relates to my topic and comes from a .org site.

Shores, K., Kim, H. E., & Still, M. (2020, February 21). Categorical inequalities between black and white students are common in US schools-but they don’t have to be. Brookings. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.brookings.edu/blog/brown-center-chalkboard/2020/02/21/categorical-inequalities-between-black-and-white-students-are-common-in-us-schools-but-they-dont-have-to-be/.

I was amazed by this source and will be using it. It meets all the CRAAP criteria’s and is a great read. All the information in it is relevant to my topic and grasp the readers attention.

Jenco, M. (2021, June 29). Study finds racial disparities in access to in-person education. American Academy of Pediatrics. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://publications.aap.org/aapnews/news/16417?autologincheck=redirected.

This article is very new but still has a lot of great information as to what is actually going on in our world today. I feel that having a very current source brings life and reality to any paper.

Bencks, J. (2020, December 7). Examining racial inequality in public schools during a pandemic. BrandeisNOW. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.brandeis.edu/now/2020/december/bps-research-wallace.html.

This article will be used as well. It has a concreate background and states facts that have a purpose.

Meatto, K. (2019, May 2). Still separate, still unequal: Teaching about school segregation and educational inequality. The New York Times. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/02/learning/lesson-plans/still-separate-still-unequal-teaching-about-school-segregation-and-educational-inequality.html.

This article has some great information but because it is more so opinion based and not fact based it will not be a strong source. [supanova_question]

American Psychological Association. (2012, April 3). Ethnic and racial disparities in education.

American Psychological Association. (2012, April 3). Ethnic and racial disparities in education. American Psychological Association. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.apa.org/ed/resources/racial-disparities.

This is a source that I will use. After completing the CRAAP on it, I saw that it meets the criteria for an excellent source. It was published in 2012 by the American Psychological Association. It relates to my topic and comes from a .org site.

Shores, K., Kim, H. E., & Still, M. (2020, February 21). Categorical inequalities between black and white students are common in US schools-but they don’t have to be. Brookings. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.brookings.edu/blog/brown-center-chalkboard/2020/02/21/categorical-inequalities-between-black-and-white-students-are-common-in-us-schools-but-they-dont-have-to-be/.

I was amazed by this source and will be using it. It meets all the CRAAP criteria’s and is a great read. All the information in it is relevant to my topic and grasp the readers attention.

Jenco, M. (2021, June 29). Study finds racial disparities in access to in-person education. American Academy of Pediatrics. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://publications.aap.org/aapnews/news/16417?autologincheck=redirected.

This article is very new but still has a lot of great information as to what is actually going on in our world today. I feel that having a very current source brings life and reality to any paper.

Bencks, J. (2020, December 7). Examining racial inequality in public schools during a pandemic. BrandeisNOW. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.brandeis.edu/now/2020/december/bps-research-wallace.html.

This article will be used as well. It has a concreate background and states facts that have a purpose.

Meatto, K. (2019, May 2). Still separate, still unequal: Teaching about school segregation and educational inequality. The New York Times. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/02/learning/lesson-plans/still-separate-still-unequal-teaching-about-school-segregation-and-educational-inequality.html.

This article has some great information but because it is more so opinion based and not fact based it will not be a strong source.[supanova_question]

American Psychological Association. (2012, April 3). Ethnic and racial disparities in education.

American Psychological Association. (2012, April 3). Ethnic and racial disparities in education. American Psychological Association. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.apa.org/ed/resources/racial-disparities.

This is a source that I will use. After completing the CRAAP on it, I saw that it meets the criteria for an excellent source. It was published in 2012 by the American Psychological Association. It relates to my topic and comes from a .org site.

Shores, K., Kim, H. E., & Still, M. (2020, February 21). Categorical inequalities between black and white students are common in US schools-but they don’t have to be. Brookings. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.brookings.edu/blog/brown-center-chalkboard/2020/02/21/categorical-inequalities-between-black-and-white-students-are-common-in-us-schools-but-they-dont-have-to-be/.

I was amazed by this source and will be using it. It meets all the CRAAP criteria’s and is a great read. All the information in it is relevant to my topic and grasp the readers attention.

Jenco, M. (2021, June 29). Study finds racial disparities in access to in-person education. American Academy of Pediatrics. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://publications.aap.org/aapnews/news/16417?autologincheck=redirected.

This article is very new but still has a lot of great information as to what is actually going on in our world today. I feel that having a very current source brings life and reality to any paper.

Bencks, J. (2020, December 7). Examining racial inequality in public schools during a pandemic. BrandeisNOW. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.brandeis.edu/now/2020/december/bps-research-wallace.html.

This article will be used as well. It has a concreate background and states facts that have a purpose.

Meatto, K. (2019, May 2). Still separate, still unequal: Teaching about school segregation and educational inequality. The New York Times. Retrieved November 9, 2021, from https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/02/learning/lesson-plans/still-separate-still-unequal-teaching-about-school-segregation-and-educational-inequality.html.

This article has some great information but because it is more so opinion based and not fact based it will not be a strong source.[supanova_question]